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July 2, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Canandaigua Wine Co., the nation's third-largest wine company, said Thursday it has agreed to acquire Vintners International in what would be one of the largest winery deals in U.S. history. The purchase price was not announced, but industry consultants said it was believed to be about $200 million, making it about the same size as Heublein Inc.'s acquisition of The Christian Bros. in Napa Valley. The deal would make New York-based Canandaigua the nation's second-largest wine concern.
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July 2, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Canandaigua Wine Co., the nation's third-largest wine company, said Thursday it has agreed to acquire Vintners International in what would be one of the largest winery deals in U.S. history. The purchase price was not announced, but industry consultants said it was believed to be about $200 million, making it about the same size as Heublein Inc.'s acquisition of The Christian Bros. in Napa Valley. The deal would make New York-based Canandaigua the nation's second-largest wine concern.
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July 9, 1987 | BRUCE KEPPEL, Times Staff Writer
For 29 summers, the hills above Saratoga have been filled with the sound of music, but the Concerts at the Vineyards will likely not play a 30th season at the historic Paul Masson Mountain Winery east of San Jose. The reason: The 539-acre hilltop estate--including the original 19th-Century winery, Paul Masson's half-century-old chateau and surrounding vineyards--is being offered for sale as a residential property. The asking price is $10 million.
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July 9, 1987 | BRUCE KEPPEL, Times Staff Writer
For 29 summers, the hills above Saratoga have been filled with the sound of music, but the Concerts at the Vineyards will likely not play a 30th season at the historic Paul Masson Mountain Winery east of San Jose. The reason: The 539-acre hilltop estate--including the original 19th-Century winery, Paul Masson's half-century-old chateau and surrounding vineyards--is being offered for sale as a residential property. The asking price is $10 million.
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